WOYWW – Autumnal Mini – pages and printables


You’ll have to look back to yesterday to get the spine construction instructions, and follow on tomorrow for more! WOYWW folk, I’m in the car, taking DS back to Uni but will try to visit if I can.

The mini will consist of 6 bi-fold sections.

Collect a selection of cardstock that works with the wrapping paper spine.

Here is my selection:

Cut each sheet into 6 x 12 inch rectangles and score and crease in half.  These will form your pages.

Cut two 6 x 6 pieces of matboard or cardboard for the covers.

There are two versions of the printables, Black and Brown.  Either one will do for this step – cut out the curved rectangle and use it as a template to cut one side of THREE of the folded pages. Leave the other three as full pages.

You can reverse the template, so the curves alternate low to high, and cut left side or right side of the page sections. Save the curves you cut off – you will use them later, if you like!

Tomorrow, we’ll put the book together!

10 thoughts on “WOYWW – Autumnal Mini – pages and printables

  1. I’ve read several of your posts and love the round images, the album, and the quotes about Autumn – AWESOME!


    Terry #60

  2. Pingback: Autumnal Mini – printable circles and quotes | Scrappy Sticky Inky Mess

  3. I really like the curved edges. I’m going to have to stay tuned and see where this is going.

  4. Looks like it will be adorable! Love the wavy pages!
    Have a safe trip 🙂
    Mary Jo #112

  5. Looks fab. Take care Zo xx 118

  6. Am so enjoying this….hope your trip is being fun!

  7. I like the way the curve is echoed in the two colours, which by the way, are gorgeously autumnal! The tutorial for the spine of the book was really interesting too…hope the trip to Uni is a smooth one and may there be a lack of roadworks 😀
    Hugs, LLJ #72 xx

  8. Oooh liking those curves and the wonderful colours you have chosen, it’s going to make a lovely mini book. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #32

  9. Interesting…and love the polka dot spine too!

  10. Looks cool, might have to try that. BJ#35

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